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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1845

.. bis landlord of that amount; has brought dis- grace and punishnientfupbn himself and mis- ery upon his Jaraily.- . . i 53 Through' the influence oi the Hon. D-ivid S. Kaufman and the magnanimity of President Polk our young Iriend M. G. Anderson ion of the Jate Yice.President will be a Cadet at West Point.- No appointment could be more appropriate. Red Lander. We are much pleased to hear the ubo vc.nl- though not able to perceive any "magnanim ity" In the.apnointmenL Our late Vice-Pres ident was we have been informed through a eries of years a warm friend and supporter of President Pclk; and his position in the newly annexed S'ate was certainly sjcIi as to make his son who we are told is a very wurthy boy a. .fit subject for the Executive consideration ir. connection with such an ap- Dointment. when aDnlicd for. We conceive the appointment a very proper one. and very creditable to the discrimination and good fecl- Jng of President Polk.but we do not conceive 'hat there was.aty roo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 December 1845

$J o c t r 11 . STANZAS. I'alestar that wilh thy soil sad light I'ame out upon my biidal eve 1 Lave a song to sing to-night Brfjre thou laV'st tliy mournful leave. Since then so softly time halh stin'd That months have almoit seemed like hoars And I am like a little bird. That's slept too Ions among the flowers And waking sitsnith wayeless wing Soft-singing mid- the shades of even; But oil! wilh sadder heart I sing I sing'ol one who dwells in heaven. The winds are soft the clouds ara feiv And tendered thought my heart beguiles As Coating up through mist and dew. The pal; young moon comes out and smiles. And on the green resounding shore In silt er troops the ripple crowd 'Till all the ocean dimpled o'er Lifts up its voice and laughs aloud; And star on star all toft and calm Floats up yon arch serenely blue; And lost to earth arid steeped in balm My spirit fioats in ether too. Loved oue! though lest to human sight I feel thy spirit lingering near As softly as I feel the light That tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1845

NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS DEC. 10 1845. N0.38. THE TERMS: The NoftTHzut Standard ii published every Wednesday tipon a large size imperial sheeu It will be furnished to subscriber at S4 per an- in advance fire dollars at the end or six saoBthsorsix dollars at the end ol the tolurae if paid in cash; in Trade or Produce it will be fire 4allars iu advance six at the end of six monthsor acren at the close of the volume. Advertisements will be incited at one dollar str square for the first insertion . and fifty cents for aoh subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If ae week it allowed to elapse without paymentalft- tv per cent will be added to the charge and after. six months two dollars per square will be required. Tan lines or under will be considered a square. On line over a square will be considered two over twenty lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1845

III".' l ' I l of law and justice among the people who at- tend either as parties or tpectalort. I am sure this cannof be denied. If we admit that the recitation at the theatre by diffusing among the masse the inimitable beauties ofaShak- r ' sprarethus act on the imagination to develop and elevate it; if we admit that the seventh day ministrations of the pulpit its meek de-vot?on-ussuhlimc'pietyils thrilling subjects its thunder-peals of eloquence rolling down from Heaven to wake a sleeping World and all the lender recollections which it brings from the time gone by and all the celestial hop-s which it anticipates in the eternity to come all all combine to purify the national morals and to breathe among nil classes a sad sweet. tender spirit of poetic sentiment that speaks its words of believing melan- choly soft as notes ot distant music falling Irom the iky in every page of a na- tion's literature then surely we must too admit that the everlasting disquisitions of the Bar must po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1845

a r The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE ' WEDNESDAY DEC. 10184 5 S3" We are .authorized to announce Wide H. Vining as a candidate for District Cleik of Red Hirer County. Erc are authorized to announce Wit. B. Stout as a Candidate for Representative for the county of Red Rirer. in the State Legislature. By We are authorized to announce Col. James Gillum as a candidal for Representative of Red River county in the State Legislate. O We are authorized to announce Thos. Wti- luon as a candidate for Representative of the County of Red River in the State Legislature. ID We arc authorized to announcr James Bouk LiKD Esq. asa candidate for Senato for the Coun- ties iTBowie.Red River L -mar and Tannin. CJ" Weare authorized to announce Maj. B. C. Bacbt as a Candidate for Senator lor the District of Red River and Bowie. CrWearc authorized to announce Benjamin- Goocr Esq. as a Candidate for Representative for the county of Red Rirer in the legislature of the State of Texas. Cf We are authorized t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 December 1845

yi m JJottrg. LAY.OF THE LEVELLER. B7 JUB.RT C0BNWALL. 'The king he reigns on a throne or gold Fenced round by his right divine; The baron he sits in his castle old. Dricking his ripe red wine ; 15 ut below below in his ragged coat The beggar he tunelh a hungry note And the spinner is bound to his weary thread And the debtor lie down with an aching head. So the world goes So the stream flows ; Yet there's a fellow whom Jlobady knows Who makeih all free On the land and sea And maketh the rich like the poor to flee. The lady lies down in her warm white lawn Anil dreams other painted pride; The milk-maid sings to the wild-eyed dawn Sad irmf-ton the cold hill's- side ; And the bishop smiles as on high he sits On the scholar who writes and stares by fits And the girl who her nightly needle plies Looks out for the source oflife and dies. So the world goes. So the stream flows; Yet there's a fellow whom nobody knows Who m.ikcth all free. By land and sea And forceth the rich and the poor to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1845

i frt"t-"i ii m "T i n nini ' i rn NORTHERN STANDARD 0 CHAS. -DE MORSE - LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAYE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOX.. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS DEC. 17 1845. NO.39. wjm. v giap X xl Jli v O - . TERMS TheNoBTHEUf Standabo it published every Wednesda-Mipon a luxe sue imperial sheet. It will be furnished to subscribers at S-l per an- bub. in d ranee five dollars at the end of iii aoothsorsix dollars at the end ol the volume if paia in cuh; in Trade or Produce it will be five delists iu advance tlx at the'end of iii months or aeven at the close oflbe volume. Advertisement will be iuserted at one dollar r square for the first Insertion and Sfiy cents for Men Mibiequent insertion if paid in advance. If ne week is allowed to elapse without paymentjift- T per cent will be added to the charze and after u months two dollars per square will be required. Tn tines or under will Dc consiaerea a Mjuare. Una lute over a square will be considered two ever t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1845

no parallel 1 We lei I you lo-look nt the great South Carolinian. His logical combinations. in a few brief sentences flash like the lightning-gleams ofinluilion rather than the slow evolutions of truth deduced uhilehis keen nd piercing abstraction lays all things bare cutting eviry subject up into fine shreds and pieces but to unite them again with a rapid i ly that sometimes startles us in generaliza tions that sweep in the vniverte. But you seek for a match for Brougham ? Yonder you have him from tho snow drifts of New England Daniel Webtcr! And whether we view him as with all the logical precision of Euclid he links demonstration to demonstration in a long cioe chain orna- mented with striking scholia and supporting innumerable corollaricor as he gives a loose rem to an imagination boundless as that of Homer and careers over earth and heaven gathering flowers from tho oneand s:nrsand clouds and rainbows from lha olherto weave iuto the radiant tissue of his fancy or as he points t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1845

I yartre wtdie if we may not see it that up- as ercry shining river and upoo every sun- ny slope apoa tke fortress rock in the des- ert prairie-every wsere from the Newfound- land to Vancouver's Island from the isth- BBUt of Dsriea to the ATctic that glorious fist; waves o'er all and protects all as one people who have chosen it as their emblem. and that we may oevsr hear from one oth- kk Amerkaa Statesman the project calmly avowed to sever the country to give up our Pacific boundary with the commercial ad- vantages which it will give us iu less than ttn years from this. Such a proposition and such a policy are UBwonby of the age and of the people tfcr are unworthy of any man claiming to bW great man and an American statesman. Such a course would not do to think of for a moratntF There is no reason for it Tbr distance from the present heart of the nation is nothing. We shall have a railroad to Ore gon :n five years and who then will think of distance We must command the trade of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 December 1845

r . -. -i $) ortrti. Frovitht Licking Valley Register. 1 THE'SONG OF STEAM. "' BT a. W. COTTER. Harness roe down wilh your iron bauds Be jure of your rurb and reign ; For I "scorn the power of jour puny Lands Ai the tempest scorns a cham. Howl laughed as I lay concealed from sight For many a countless hour At the childish baasl of human might And Ilia pride of hu'iau power. When I saw an army upon the land. A navy upon the aeai Crieping along a snail-like band Oi wailing Ibe wayward braexe; When 1 marked Ihe peasant faintly reel With the toil which he daily bore. Ai he" feebly turned the tardy wheel Ortujeed at the weary oar; A'hn I measured tha pauting courser'w speed The flight of the courier dove. At they bora the law a king decreed Or the lines of impatient lore; I could llot but think how the world would feel At these were outatripp'd afar When I should be bound to the raining keel Or chaiued to the flying car. Ha.! ha! ha! they found me at last They invited me forth at IeDglh ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 December 1845

ORTHBRN STANDARD 'Jit CHAS. dVmORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS JDEC. 24 1845. NCMO. r""1 I II II IMI THE N- TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Wednesdayupon a large she imperial sheet. Il will be furnished to subscribers at S4 per an num in" advance Ce dollars at the end of siii saonuuorsix dollars at the end ol the volume u ' paid in cish; in Trade or Produce it will be hve dollars in advance sir at the end of'six monihs.or seten at the close of the volume. Advertisement will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for ach bubscauent insertion. If oaid in advance. If Deweekisallowedtoelapsewithoulpamentfift - tj per cent will be added to the charge and after. : months two dollars per square will De requirea. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. Untune over a square will be consmerca two rer twenty lines three &c. Tearly advertisement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 December 1845

judgment Joes not expand when' he touches a theme such as this imy rest assured what- ever may Lethe peculiar sphere in whiclfhe is filicdju .shine .it is not among the great masters who in every age have been the glo- ry ol the brilliant Bar." And what shall we say of the cause when the Legal Orator is called upon to stand up before an enlightened jury and plead for the life of a tallow man ? Can any subject be con ceired more thoroughly calculated to arouse all the innate energies that in a state of ordi- nary quiescence slumber as lightning in the cloud in the bosom ofexIted genius? The prisoner at the bar is a mere youth poor and friendless who in exercising the great right of self defence has had the mis- fortune to lake the life of an overbearing and insolent tyrant of his neighborhood. There are the rich and powerful relatives of the de- ceased crowding the hall of justice with eyes burning for revenge like gloomy meteorsand countenances scowling homicidal hatred and handsiha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 December 1845

- u 'Vt.W r i n T i . . . . . ati-if. ififc. "" which lis upon the outside. Run under this tape each paper at you get it loosening or tightening the tape as may be necessary Jo put them in and retain theta. In thi; way you will preserve an Jnraiuable manual to refresh yourmemory upon by gone occur- rences and statistical facts and you will thank us some day.for the suggestion which affords you this service and satisfaction. The Printer's annual Address. Our friends who are indebted to us for ad- vertising and-those whose volumes of the Standard-are" full counting 52 numbers from the tiraa of commencement will oblige us by Recollecting that it is about the close of the year and that in the prosecution of our busi- ness and the support of a family we have necessarily become indebted to several per- sons who will expect their pay at this the annual period of settlement. There are sev- eral accounts upon our books which have been runaing far periods of two and three years and la most of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 December 1845

-.-- r J octrii. from the U S. Journal. THE DEAD. BY MISS SARAn C. EOER.TOK. The moon lights up ibe leafy dell ; " And from the bell Within llie chapel's ivied toner There comes a flow and throbbing knell Athwart the solemn hour." They boar her to the river's side Thai gentle bride; They leave her in her lonely led Where flows the moaning river's tide In dirges for the dead. Years with their fearful changes pass; The loug thick grass O'erspreads the bride's lone hidden pravc; The deepsbade lalls in many a uuss On meadow mound and ware She lies forgotten and alone; No sculptured stono Marks hr low bed- No foot hath trod Among in flowers. To whom is known Her name? To none save Goal HE ne'erforgets. Years comeand go ; The thick shades grow Over our graves; and men forget That we hare lived. How blest to know That 0.e remembers jet ! NEVER G IVE UP. Never give up! it is wiser and belter Always to hope lhan onec to despair; Fling off the load of Doubt's cankering fetter. And break the d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 January 1846

THE NORTHERN STANDARD i. -w: 014 AS DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THR BUEEZE THF.STANDABD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR CLARKSVILLE TEXAS; JA1NL 7 1846. voji- 3. tK N0.41. TERMS: The Noeteiph Standai i published every WedcesdaVjUpon s large size imperial sheet. It will be furnished to subscribers at S4-per n- isa. in advance fire ddbn attbe end or ix K&sths.orsix dollars at the end oi the volume if jaidJn ciiHj in Trade or Produce it will be five dollars in advance tix attbe end ofzix months or seren at the close of tie volume. Advertisement will te insetted at one dollar per square for ike Cm inscrtion.aim fifty cents far HsAiiuUeHueat insertion ifpaidw advance if! oca week u allowed to elapse without payinentfift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after. mx 'months two dollars perjquare wilt be required. Ten lines or nadcr will be considered a qsare. Oae line oTer a square will be considered two ever twenty lines three fce- Yearly advertisements not excee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 January 1846

batvo'cn us anf snh furagn sates rtspec lively tan- bs entitled to and shall be'en - rag 1 lasnd traie." ' " It is mash to be regretted that wfeile under ibis crritary luve emorei no sacbi pru'.ecuoj frooj their government. At the same time lb reatt itliuiraies tiia character of onr peonleaod their insatoUoni. In spite of this erg lei they have maluplied auri their nuuioer is rpidlT incrsajioe in that territory. The hate raad. n j appeal taanns.bat hare peacefully lonovsl t itaselv io their new homes by tbi tttjptJon of republican ImiituUoBs tor lhemeiTCj ; iarabbinr auoiher exnaplcoi tne tram laiitcu juremntsi 13 inherent in tu: American Dnns jlhj u in -.it!. I' t-cduaio ihem ikat they should iBcst 14 be inbrjif 21 ami nrotttfed tf oar laws. U u 1! real d imp.irta.ut Ibil onr laid rcjalatin; tridznisntercoqrxxvrith the Indian tnbu cai ftus Ituk; Mjihuii sl.ould be extended to aaeh tnbe.ad.rell beyond then. T.ic increaSia!: emigrat'toa to Oregaa and the car - aai prelection which ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 January 1846

f&mbmattoa of capitalists and speculators uic uuusuBuy enaoica to purchase the lands jn-mdmg the improvements of the settlers at m minimum price f the- government and -nther turnthetn out of their homes or extort from them accaiding to theirabiliir to pay doable or quadruple the amount paid for them lo the government Jt is to tbo enter- pns and perseverance of th hnntgnmn of the West who penetrate the wilderness with their families: suffer the dangers the t ituum auu aarusnips attending th? selll e- menlof a new country and prepare the way lor the body of migrants who. in tha course of a few years usually follow them that curejaagreat degree indebted for the rapid extension and sgggrandizemeut of our country. - Experience has proved that no portion of our nnnr: !hih ..... ....:.:- .1 .t Jjsrdy a J&ravemei sfthe frontier or more 'Wady to obey thecatlof their country and todefeod her rights csd her honor when ever and by whaterer enemy assailed.' Thev should be protected from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 January 1846

- "" Siinr.iiMlli I I mi ill I " " ' """ "" ' whiii r mm win l I LATER FROM MEXICO ! limes drivina abo&uhc cUy Heirhfeormr frroftssioiral 3flBrrttsriricrUS By the arrival of the U. S. sloop of ivar o holds aortja'fie.Bn she city of JeW . ?Lv4 l LnI Wfcjj Jobn AdamatPensacoWhe 27th ult L J oeLWc&W 3f fJftJDStofetof ' iri&eftcen days from Vera Ortiz; wears 4aL " - -7-rH V ." .' L:.c Arc0Rfc3TADO$UNSB CBOR. VPLAWJ portion of intellitjenceJ-romlhsbncr city :""'"" auu'" "" wl"i "" k ' -OS:f'Et' pJis "r n'iStiDrVhtlBterthin we had before received ?ficersautDaiog btjcarnaga--Lie is a Uulc m T Cnn t r . ' Id Ourfll es" ofrnperseoracaoivrUo. the 7th ofj baldjjieaded nun irtiU marked Jewish fea iber from Vera Cruz end' to tho l3Mturehnd it is id.does not deceive hi Rfi&i November from Jhe city of 'Mexico. The Vera GriZ papers announce the oorr- tinnal arrival of troojtJJu thai chv from the interior. Th motive for these movements ic not announced. El Amid 'PutMo of the 11 injt....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 January 1846

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNEtt BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF TUE'FREE. v EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR H VOL. 3. CLAKKSVILLE TEXAS JAN. 14 1846. N042. ir- n c TERMS: The NosTaiajf Stisdasd it published every WtdncsdtT.upon alirre aiie imperial sheet. u will toe tarnished to rabteriberi at S4 per sa- una in advance five dollar at the end or ix aionlhs.orsix dollars at the end ol tha tolume ir paid ia ciH ; in Trade or Produce it will be five: dollars in advance six at the end of lix raonthj.or jteettn at the close of tbe volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without paymenulii- tj percent will be added to the charge and after. i months two dollars per square will be required. Tec hr.es or under will be considered acquire. One lino tnrer a square will be considered two. orer twenty lines tbree &c Yearly adver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 January 1846

fi'Sbl J FanaucitBu There are sev - era Austrian S'-cambcals which tarry pas - s '"sfrom vapousplactatoandfromCon- sUnuncple; particuktrly Tiiprims. Der- vishesaaiother-religious travellers. A ler-' . " . i tS"'v." "-. """ (im- tnan Steamer Express from Trebiznodjo. prevailing in that country. She took in pas- .. ..........TOsp sengersatSinop?.undaraongothersiwo Dor - -uucmibb jneaner in Angnanistan who j destruction wouki serve civilisation He bad beenoxpeHed from Treblzond and Sain-jfound bis country free and he lafcjts. 0 keep cna. A few hours after die ship had pat to it uneoilavcd. His purpose ha heart has sra. tho two Dervishes hating firs repeated patriotism in k. Honor ;o his bTavery nerve - devoutly ihoirprayers before the wholesale's to hirm tuceess to his rcrasiaucq I That company rose up with sudden fory. Ooeihehas prewved his"positran so ono. am d-ew out a pistol the others douMe-edged I kepi at bay his Christian drrovor. is com- srrarpdafg8rordttkfromHsgirdleandtfaeypl...

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